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02 July 2012 at 12:18 PM by John Rankin - Add server requirements
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These features require Wikibook [[(WikiPublisher.InstallThe)Server]] version 1.2.0 or above. Using the Attach:fortress.sty file depends on the following book metadata settings (explanations follow in brackets):
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These features require Wikibook [[(Wikipublisher.InstallThe)Server]] version 1.2.0 or above. Using the Attach:fortress.sty file depends on the following book metadata settings (explanations follow in brackets):
02 July 2012 at 12:17 PM by John Rankin - add server requirements
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Using the Attach:fortress.sty file depends on the following book metadata settings (explanations follow in brackets):
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These features require Wikibook [[(WikiPublisher.InstallThe)Server]] version 1.2.0 or above. Using the Attach:fortress.sty file depends on the following book metadata settings (explanations follow in brackets):
24 June 2012 at 07:58 PM by Juan Rada-Vilela -
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||-General ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but testing needed ||
||Body text (all) ||Adjust margins, text width and marginpar width ||(easy) as before, testing needed with both page sizes (TP and HU) ||
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||-General ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but testing needed ||
||Body text (all) ||Adjust margins, text width and marginpar width ||(easy) as before, testing needed with both page sizes (TP and HU) ||
24 June 2012 at 07:53 PM by Juan Rada-Vilela -
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||Body text (p. 3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) this is an indented block (see also chapter aphorism below) HUGH: NOTE that PressBooks inserts <p skip="med"> by default before and after blockquotes/ul/ol/figures... if we are handling this differently by explicitly adding padding around blockquotes, we'll need to adjust that behaviour on PB side -- and make sure we handle properly on all outputs ||
||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size ||(easy?) Almost ready redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin HUGH: NOTE we'll want these pullquotes to contain ''any arbitrary text'' ... not necessarily text pulled from an existing para. (John: yes, mnote works this way) ||
||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate) Juan: This seems to be working. John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter author? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to build in PB modifications ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) Juan: Same as before. use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic HUGH: is this the same ticket as the preceding? Yes. ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||footnote on chapter subtitle. ||hard? Juan: I think we support it now. Have to test. [we can't do this can we? I think I will just tell them: no] ||
||Chapter* (p. 1) ||Chapter Title / Chapter Subtitle / Chapter Author Name ||(moderate) Juan: Still working around it. use variant on China for title / subtitle, new tag for author ||
||Itemize (p.37) ||Indent after itemize ||(easy) Juan: Currently not indenting, Sample indents, final decision? John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) HUGH: I've seen both ... is there an universal typesetting rule here? See below. ||
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||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size ||(easy?) Almost ready redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin HUGH: NOTE we'll want these pullquotes to contain ''any arbitrary text'' ... not necessarily text pulled from an existing para. (John: yes, mnote works this way) ||
||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate) Juan: This seems to be working. John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter author? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to build in PB modifications ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) Juan: Same as before. use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic HUGH: is this the same ticket as the preceding? Yes. ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||footnote on chapter subtitle. ||hard? Juan: I think we support it now. Have to test. [we can't do this can we? I think I will just tell them: no] ||
||Chapter* (p. 1) ||Chapter Title / Chapter Subtitle / Chapter Author Name ||(moderate) Juan: Still working around it. use variant on China for title / subtitle, new tag for author ||
||Itemize (p.37) ||Indent after itemize ||(easy) Juan: Currently not indenting, Sample indents, final decision? John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) HUGH: I've seen both ... is there an universal typesetting rule here? See below. ||
||Body text (p. 3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) this is an indented block (see also chapter aphorism below) HUGH: NOTE that PressBooks inserts <p skip="med"> by default before and after blockquotes/ul/ol/figures... if we are handling this differently by explicitly adding padding around blockquotes, we'll need to adjust that behaviour on PB side -- and make sure we handle properly on all outputs ||
30 May 2012 at 12:33 AM by Juan Rada-Vilela -
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||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(more than moderate) Juan: Margins within the float missing. John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach ... our Harvard textbox is nicer anyway ||
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||Footers ||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts. ||(easy) Juan: Waiting for confirmation from John. Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. HUGH: let's just use existing PB/WP footnote behaviour, and if they want something different they will tell us ||
||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes) ||(easy) Juan: Same as before, waiting for confirmation from John. HUGH: OK but we don't want to have to build anything new in PressBooks ... unless it is specifically requested by client ||
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||Chapter (p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name ||moderate Juan: Are we passing blank if no contributor? or just not calling \authorsection{}? HUGH: by this you mean: "add author name" ? in the case that there is no author name tag to pass you, this should just be blank. ||
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||Contents page (p. v) ||Space between Parts ||(easy) Juan: Additional space required for chapters outside. should work correctly as-is ||
||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) Juan: Waiting confirmation from John. see China style HUGH: pls replicate Harvard treatment of figures/captions/floats ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||Items are indented, and when multi-lined they start in same position as initial. No additional space on right side ||(easy) Juan: Haven't confirmed thus far it is working. ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||No space between items, yet space before and after, regular bullets ||(easy) Juan:Same as before. HUGH: note: we are inserting <p skip="med"> by default before and after ul/ols (as well as figures, blockquotes) ||
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||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in Title Case in the next line. ||(easy) Juan: Should I move the title/subtitle further down as in sample.pdf? Title Case is done by author ||
||Title page (p. I) ||Additional space and at the bottom the editorial in smaller font. ||(easy) Juan: To confirm we are using Harvard style as a model for \publishercity ||
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||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(more than moderate) Juan: Margins within the float missing. John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach ... our Harvard textbox is nicer anyway ||
||Footers ||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts. ||(easy) Juan: Waiting for confirmation from John. Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. HUGH: let's just use existing PB/WP footnote behaviour, and if they want something different they will tell us ||
||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes) ||(easy) Juan: Same as before, waiting for confirmation from John. HUGH: OK but we don't want to have to build anything new in PressBooks ... unless it is specifically requested by client ||
||Chapter (p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name ||moderate Juan: Are we passing blank if no contributor? or just not calling \authorsection{}? HUGH: by this you mean: "add author name" ? in the case that there is no author name tag to pass you, this should just be blank. ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Space between Parts ||(easy) Juan: Additional space required for chapters outside. should work correctly as-is ||
||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) Juan: Waiting confirmation from John. see China style HUGH: pls replicate Harvard treatment of figures/captions/floats ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||Items are indented, and when multi-lined they start in same position as initial. No additional space on right side ||(easy) Juan: Haven't confirmed thus far it is working. ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||No space between items, yet space before and after, regular bullets ||(easy) Juan:Same as before. HUGH: note: we are inserting <p skip="med"> by default before and after ul/ols (as well as figures, blockquotes) ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in Title Case in the next line. ||(easy) Juan: Should I move the title/subtitle further down as in sample.pdf? Title Case is done by author ||
||Title page (p. I) ||Additional space and at the bottom the editorial in smaller font. ||(easy) Juan: To confirm we are using Harvard style as a model for \publishercity ||
27 May 2012 at 09:58 PM by Juan Rada-Vilela -
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||-General ||uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font ||easy John: use \Allcaps ||
||-General: ||Openright, Chapter numbers continuous across Parts ||(easy) no change required ||
||-General ||would like 6x9"" & 5
.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but will have to test the margins after adjusting the text width ||
||Body text (all) ||Adjust margins, text width and marginpar width ||(easy) but test with both page sizes (TP and HU) ||
||Body text (p. 3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) Juan: Redefine environment to meet requirements, this is an indented block (see also chapter aphorism below) HUGH: NOTE that PressBooks inserts <p skip="med"> by default before and after blockquotes/ul/ol/figures... if we are handling this differently by explicitly adding padding around blockquotes, we'll need to adjust that behaviour on PB side -- and make sure we handle properly on all outputs ||
||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size
||(easy?) redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin HUGH: NOTE we'll want these pullquotes to contain ''any arbitrary text'' ... not necessarily text pulled from an existing para. (John: yes, mnote works this way) ||
||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents
||(moderate) John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach ... our Harvard textbox is nicer anyway ||
||Chapter (p.1,23) ||First paragraph does not indent ||standard behaviour, no change needed ||
||Chapter (p
.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate?) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter author? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to build in PB modifications ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic HUGH: is this the same ticket as the preceding? Yes. ||
||Footers ||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts
. ||(easy) Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. HUGH: let's just use existing PB/WP footnote behaviour, and if they want something different they will tell us ||
||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes)
||(easy?) HUGH: OK but we don't want to have to build anything new in PressBooks ... unless it is specifically requested by client ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||footnote on chapter subtitle.
||hard [we can't do this can we? I think I will just tell them: no] ||
||Chapter (p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name
||moderate HUGH: by this you mean: "add author name" ? in the case that there is no author name tag to pass you, this should just be blank. ||
||
Chapter (p.23) ||Especial format in Numbered chapters. Title size is the same as subtitle in titlepage ||(moderate) John: Custom Chapter. a) Numbering is wrong (p. 23) b) can we do heading footnotes? [No] ||
||Chapter* (p. 1)
||Format of title in introduction is the same as subtitle in cover page ||(easy) chapters without subtitles use a smaller font ||
||Chapter* (p.1) ||Uppercase subtitle and italics in smaller font, same size as title in Cover ||(easy) ||
||Chapter* (p. 1) ||Chapter Title / Chapter Subtitle / Chapter Author Name ||(moderate) use variant on China for title / subtitle, new tag for author
||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Part titles centered and in bold ||(easy) ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Format of chapters number followed by text, and the page number aligned right ||(moderate) ||
||Contents page (p. v)
||Space between Parts ||(easy) should work correctly as-is ||
||Contents page
(p. v) ||Contents just includes chapters ||(easy) already works ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Chapters include subtitle after colon ||(moderate) Head/subhead – use China trick Custom \chapter* HUGH: will we need to pass you a Chapter Subtitle? (John: Yes) ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||The whole content is vertically centered
||(easy) ||
||Cover (p. 0) ||Uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font located at top, yet with certain distance from top margin. Using \Allcaps
||(easy) custom half-title remove \@logo ||
||Dedicatory (p
. iii) ||Italic aligned to top ||(easy) already works ||
||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) see China style HUGH: pls replicate Harvard treatment of figures/captions/floats ||
||Figure (p. I) ||colophon/logotype on the title page ||(easy) use the frontmatter graphics tag HUGH: we'll need to add a publisher logotype upload ||
||Headers (p. 2,3) ||Format of left page: "page / Title", right page: "page | Chapter" ||(easy) ||
||Headers (p. 1) ||Headers format "page / Chapter", not on first chapter page ||(easy) already works this way ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||Items are indented, and when multi-lined they start in same position as initial. No additional space on right side ||(easy) ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||No space between items, yet space before and after, regular bullets ||(easy) HUGH: note: we are inserting <p skip="med"> by default before and after ul/ols (as well as figures, blockquotes) ||
||Itemize (p.37) ||Indent after itemize ||(easy) John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) HUGH: I've seen both ... is there an universal typesetting rule here? See below. ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in Title Case in the next line. ||(easy) Title Case is done by author ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Next page to the title page aligned to bottom. Space between paragraphs to be defined ||(easy?) may be an issue with placement of notice text ||
||Page Numbering (p.1) ||Roman numbers at the bottom of first chapter page with small distance to text, in front matter ||(easy) should already work ||
||Paragraph (p.32) ||Indent, Italic ||(easy) ||
||Paragraph (p 32) ||D-heads indented, italic, run-in, with full stop ||(easy) see china style for an example ||
||Part (p.21) ||Special format of part, aligned at top, with title size the same as in Title in Titlepage ||(easy) John: Custom part layout ||
||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) section style uses \spacedsmallcaps so needs manual Title Case (IMHO \Allsmallcaps is better) HUGH: I don't think we have a mechanism to pass smallcaps at the moment. John: no need, it's done in the sty file ||
||Section (p. 29) ||Titles hyphenate. They are not forcedly broken (\\) ||(easy) ||
||Section ||centred headings, no numbering ||(easy) copy China approach, BUT italic small caps limit font choice ||
||Subsection (p 30,31) ||Same as sections but Italic ||(easy) John: require font with italic sc support. Kepler's \textscsl{...} ||
||Subsubsection (p. 31) ||Same as subsection only aligned left ||(easy) John: No indent? (p.31) ||
||Title page (p. I) ||Title in bold huge font, subtitle in same font as the cover, small image, and full author name. All these equally spaced vertically. ||(easy) ||
||Title page (p. I) ||Additional space and at the bottom the editorial in smaller font. ||(easy) use Harvard style as a model for \publishercity ||
||Xml ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||(moderate)
best to use verse tag instead of p (see VerseDemonstrator) HUGH: need to discuss this, as we need to handle for web & epub as well. ||
to:
||-General ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but testing needed ||
||Body text (all) ||Adjust margins, text width and marginpar width ||(easy) as before, testing needed with both page sizes (TP and HU) ||
||Body text (p
. 3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) this is an indented block (see also chapter aphorism below) HUGH: NOTE that PressBooks inserts <p skip="med"> by default before and after blockquotes/ul/ol/figures... if we are handling this differently by explicitly adding padding around blockquotes, we'll need to adjust that behaviour on PB side -- and make sure we handle properly on all outputs ||
||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size ||(easy?) Almost ready redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin HUGH: NOTE we'll want these pullquotes to contain ''any arbitrary text'' ... not necessarily text pulled from an existing para. (John: yes, mnote works this way)
||
||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(more than moderate) Juan: Margins within the float missing. John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach ... our Harvard textbox is nicer anyway ||
||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms)
||(moderate) Juan: This seems to be working. John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter author? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to build in PB modifications ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) Juan: Same as before. use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic HUGH: is this the same ticket as the preceding? Yes. ||
||Footers ||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts. ||(easy) Juan: Waiting for confirmation from John. Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. HUGH: let's just use existing PB/WP footnote behaviour, and if they want something different they will tell us ||
||Chapter (p
.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes) ||(easy) Juan: Same as before, waiting for confirmation from John. HUGH: OK but we don't want to have to build anything new in PressBooks ... unless it is specifically requested by client ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||footnote on chapter subtitle. ||hard? Juan: I think we support it now. Have to test. [we can't do this can we? I think I will just tell them: no] ||
||Chapter
(p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name ||moderate Juan: Are we passing blank if no contributor? or just not calling \authorsection{}? HUGH: by this you mean: "add author name" ? in the case that there is no author name tag to pass you, this should just be blank. ||
||Chapter* (p. 1)
||Chapter Title / Chapter Subtitle / Chapter Author Name ||(moderate) Juan: Still working around it. use variant on China for title / subtitle, new tag for author ||
||Contents page (p. v)
||Space between Parts ||(easy) Juan: Additional space required for chapters outside. should work correctly as-is ||
||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) Juan: Waiting confirmation from John. see China style HUGH: pls replicate Harvard treatment of figures/captions/floats ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||Items are indented, and when multi-lined they start in same position as initial. No additional space on right side ||(easy) Juan: Haven't confirmed thus far it is working. ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||No space between items, yet space before and after, regular bullets ||(easy) Juan:Same as before. HUGH: note: we are inserting <p skip="med"> by default before and after ul/ols (as well as figures, blockquotes) ||
||Itemize (p.37) ||Indent after itemize ||(easy) Juan: Currently not indenting, Sample indents, final decision? John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) HUGH: I've seen both ... is there an universal typesetting rule here? See below. ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in Title Case in the next line. ||(easy) Juan: Should I move the title/subtitle further down as in sample.pdf? Title Case is done by author ||
||Title page (p. I)
||Additional space and at the bottom the editorial in smaller font. ||(easy) Juan: To confirm we are using Harvard style as a model for \publishercity ||
||Xml ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||(moderate) Juan: verse needs to be redefined. best to use verse tag instead of p (see VerseDemonstrator) HUGH: need to discuss this, as we need to handle for web & epub as well. ||
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||-General ||uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font ||done; John: use \Allcaps ||
||-General: ||Openright, Chapter numbers continuous across Parts ||done; no change required ||
||Chapter (p.1,23) ||First paragraph does not indent ||done;standard behaviour, no change needed ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||Especial format in Numbered chapters. Title size is the same as subtitle in titlepage ||(moderate)done; John: Custom Chapter. a) Numbering is wrong (p. 23) b) can we do heading footnotes? [No] ||
||Chapter* (p. 1) ||Format of title in introduction is the same as subtitle in cover page ||(easy) done;chapters without subtitles use a smaller font ||
||Chapter* (p.1) ||Uppercase subtitle and italics in smaller font, same size as title in Cover ||(easy) done; ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Part titles centered and in bold ||(easy) done; ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Format of chapters number followed by text, and the page number aligned right ||(moderate) done; ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Contents just includes chapters ||(easy)done; already works ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Chapters include subtitle after colon ||(moderate) done; Head/subhead – use China trick Custom \chapter* HUGH: will we need to pass you a Chapter Subtitle? (John: Yes) ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||The whole content is vertically centered ||(easy) done; ||
||Cover (p. 0) ||Uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font located at top, yet with certain distance from top margin. Using \Allcaps ||(easy) done;custom half-title remove \@logo ||
||Dedicatory (p. iii) ||Italic aligned to top ||(easy) done; already works ||
||Figure (p. I) ||colophon/logotype on the title page ||(easy)done; use the frontmatter graphics tag HUGH: we'll need to add a publisher logotype upload ||
||Headers (p. 2,3) ||Format of left page: "page / Title", right page: "page | Chapter" ||(easy) done; ||
||Headers (p. 1) ||Headers format "page / Chapter", not on first chapter page ||(easy) done; already works this way ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Next page to the title page aligned to bottom. Space between paragraphs to be defined ||(easy?) done; may be an issue with placement of notice text ||
||Page Numbering (p.1) ||Roman numbers at the bottom of first chapter page with small distance to text, in front matter ||(easy) done; should already work ||
||Paragraph (p.32) ||Indent, Italic ||(easy) done; ||
||Paragraph (p 32) ||D-heads indented, italic, run-in, with full stop ||(easy)done; see china style for an example ||
||Part (p.21) ||Special format of part, aligned at top, with title size the same as in Title in Titlepage ||(easy)done; John: Custom part layout ||
||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) done;section style uses \spacedsmallcaps so needs manual Title Case (IMHO \Allsmallcaps is better) HUGH: I don't think we have a mechanism to pass smallcaps at the moment. John: no need, it's done in the sty file ||
||Section (p. 29) ||Titles hyphenate. They are not forcedly broken (\\) ||(easy)done; ||
||Section ||centred headings, no numbering ||(easy) done; copy China approach, BUT italic small caps limit font choice ||
||Subsection (p 30,31) ||Same as sections but Italic ||(easy)done; John: require font with italic sc support. Kepler's \textscsl{...} ||
||Subsubsection (p. 31) ||Same as subsection only aligned left ||(easy) done; John: No indent? (p.31) ||
||Title page (p. I) ||Title in bold huge font, subtitle in same font as the cover, small image, and full author name. All these equally spaced vertically. ||(easy) done; ||
27 May 2012 at 08:28 PM by John Rankin - link to verse demo
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||Chapter* (p. 1) ||Format of title in introduction is the same as subtitle in cover page ||(easy) ||
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||Chapter* (p. 1) ||Format of title in introduction is the same as subtitle in cover page ||(easy) chapters without subtitles use a smaller font ||
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||Xml ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||(moderate) best to use verse tag instead of p HUGH: need to discuss this, as we need to handle for web & epub as well. ||
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||Xml ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||(moderate) best to use verse tag instead of p (see VerseDemonstrator) HUGH: need to discuss this, as we need to handle for web & epub as well. ||
14 May 2012 at 03:10 PM by John Rankin - add larger fontsize
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* fontsize 12pt (produces 10pt in TP size)
12 May 2012 at 12:11 PM by John Rankin - group duplicate items
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||-General ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but will have to test the margins after adjusting the text width ||
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||-General ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but will have to test the margins after adjusting the text width ||
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||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate?) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to build in PB modifications ||
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||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate?) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter author? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to build in PB modifications ||
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||Cover (p. 0) ||Uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font located at top, yet with certain distance from top margin. Using \Allcaps ||(easy) ||
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||Cover (p. 0) ||Uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font located at top, yet with certain distance from top margin. Using \Allcaps ||(easy) custom half-title remove \@logo ||
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||Paragraph (p 32) ||D-heads indented, italic, run-in, with full stop ||(easy) see china style for an example ||
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||Paragraph (p 32) ||D-heads indented, italic, run-in, with full stop ||(easy) see china style for an example ||
11 May 2012 at 04:10 PM by John Rankin - make big table
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||class=big cellpadding=3 border=1
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||Contents page (p. v) ||Chapters include subtitle after colon ||(moderate) Head/subhead – use China trick Custom \chapter* HUGH: will we need to pass you a Chapter Subtitle? ||
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||Contents page (p. v) ||Chapters include subtitle after colon ||(moderate) Head/subhead – use China trick Custom \chapter* HUGH: will we need to pass you a Chapter Subtitle? (John: Yes) ||
11 May 2012 at 04:07 PM by John Rankin - note page sizes
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||Body text (all) ||Adjust margins, text width and marginpar width ||(easy) but test with both page sizes ||
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||Body text (all) ||Adjust margins, text width and marginpar width ||(easy) but test with both page sizes (TP and HU) ||
10 May 2012 at 07:14 PM by John Rankin - respond to comments from Hugh
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||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size ||(easy?) redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin HUGH: NOTE we'll want these pullquotes to contain *any arbitrary text* ... not necessarily text pulled from an existing para. ||
||Body text
(p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach .. our Harvard textbox is nicer anyway ||
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||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size ||(easy?) redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin HUGH: NOTE we'll want these pullquotes to contain ''any arbitrary text'' ... not necessarily text pulled from an existing para. (John: yes, mnote works this way) ||
||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger
font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach ... our Harvard textbox is nicer anyway ||
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||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate?) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to building in PB modifications ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic HUGH: is this the same ticket as the preceding? ||
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||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate?) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to build in PB modifications ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic HUGH: is this the same ticket as the preceding? Yes. ||
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||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes) ||(easy?) HUGH: OK but we don't want to have to build anything new in PressBooks ... unless it is specicifically requested by client ||
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||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes) ||(easy?) HUGH: OK but we don't want to have to build anything new in PressBooks ... unless it is specifically requested by client ||
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||Itemize (p.37) ||Indent after itemize ||(easy) John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) HUGH: I've seen both ... is there an universal typesetting rule here? ||
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||Itemize (p.37) ||Indent after itemize ||(easy) John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) HUGH: I've seen both ... is there an universal typesetting rule here? See below. ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) section style uses \spacedsmallcaps so needs manual Title Case (IMHO \Allsmallcaps is better) HUGH: I don't think we have a mechanism to pass smallcaps at the moment ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) section style uses \spacedsmallcaps so needs manual Title Case (IMHO \Allsmallcaps is better) HUGH: I don't think we have a mechanism to pass smallcaps at the moment. John: no need, it's done in the sty file ||
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Does the paragraph after a list start with an indent? The short answer is usually no, and the Wikibook server automates this. The longer answer is, it depends. At the finest level of typographic excellence (or nit-picking pedantry), there is a semantic distinction between a list embedded in a paragraph and a list that ends a paragraph. In the first case, the line after the list does not indent, whereas in the second case it does. LaTeX recognises and supports this distinction. However, the Wikibook `DTD currently cannot distinguish these two cases -- it does not allow a list inside a <p> tag.
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* preface: off (print preface after the table of contents)
* colophon: off (omit colophon)
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* preface off (print preface after the table of contents)
* colophon off (omit colophon)
* chapterbib notes (new option: print footnotes as chapter endnotes
)
10 May 2012 at 12:51 AM by Hugh - comments from Hugh on requirements list
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||Body text (p. 3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) Juan: Redefine environment to meet requirements, this is an indented block (see also chapter aphorism below) ||
||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size ||(easy?) redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin
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||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach ||
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||Body text (p. 3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) Juan: Redefine environment to meet requirements, this is an indented block (see also chapter aphorism below) HUGH: NOTE that PressBooks inserts <p skip="med"> by default before and after blockquotes/ul/ol/figures... if we are handling this differently by explicitly adding padding around blockquotes, we'll need to adjust that behaviour on PB side -- and make sure we handle properly on all outputs ||
||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size ||(easy?) redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin HUGH: NOTE we'll want these pullquotes to contain *any arbitrary text* ... not necessarily text pulled from an existing para. ||
||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach .. our Harvard textbox is nicer anyway
||
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||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate?) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter? Or do as a regular quote ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just
with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic ||
||Footers
||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts. ||(easy) Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. ||
||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes) ||(easy?) ||
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||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate?) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter? Or do as a regular quote HUGH: NOTE: I would prefer to pass you a regular quote, perhaps with a special class. Otherwise we have to building in PB modifications ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic HUGH: is this the same ticket as the preceding? ||
||Footers ||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts. ||(easy) Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. HUGH: let's just use existing PB/WP footnote behaviour, and if they want something different they will tell us ||
||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes) ||(easy?) HUGH: OK but we don't want to have to build anything new in PressBooks ... unless it is specicifically requested by client
||
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||Chapter (p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name ||moderate ||
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||Chapter (p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name ||moderate HUGH: by this you mean: "add author name" ? in the case that there is no author name tag to pass you, this should just be blank. ||
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||Contents page (p. v) ||Chapters include subtitle after colon ||(moderate) Head/subhead – use China trick Custom \chapter* ||
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||Contents page (p. v) ||Chapters include subtitle after colon ||(moderate) Head/subhead – use China trick Custom \chapter* HUGH: will we need to pass you a Chapter Subtitle? ||
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||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) see China style ||
||Figure (p. I)
||colophon/logotype on the title page ||(easy) use the frontmatter graphics tag ||
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||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) see China style HUGH: pls replicate Harvard treatment of figures/captions/floats ||
||Figure (p. I)
||colophon/logotype on the title page ||(easy) use the frontmatter graphics tag HUGH: we'll need to add a publisher logotype upload ||
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||Itemize (p.36) ||No space between items, yet space before and after, regular bullets ||(easy) ||
||Itemize (p.37)
||Indent after itemize ||(easy) John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) ||
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||Itemize (p.36) ||No space between items, yet space before and after, regular bullets ||(easy) HUGH: note: we are inserting <p skip="med"> by default before and after ul/ols (as well as figures, blockquotes) ||
||Itemize
(p.37) ||Indent after itemize ||(easy) John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) HUGH: I've seen both ... is there an universal typesetting rule here? ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) section style uses \spacedsmallcaps so needs manual Title Case (IMHO \Allsmallcaps is better) ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) section style uses \spacedsmallcaps so needs manual Title Case (IMHO \Allsmallcaps is better) HUGH: I don't think we have a mechanism to pass smallcaps at the moment ||
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||Xml ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||(moderate) best to use verse tag instead of p ||
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||Xml ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||(moderate) best to use verse tag instead of p HUGH: need to discuss this, as we need to handle for web & epub as well. ||
09 May 2012 at 04:41 PM by John Rankin - fix section heads description
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) right now, the section style uses \Allsmallcaps so loses Title Case (IMHO Title Case is a mistake) ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) section style uses \spacedsmallcaps so needs manual Title Case (IMHO \Allsmallcaps is better) ||
09 May 2012 at 10:41 AM by John Rankin - add marginpar adjustment
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||Body text (all) ||Adjust margins, text width and marginpar width ||(easy) but test with both page sizes ||
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||Headers (p. 2,3) ||Format of left page: “page / Title”, right page: “page | Chapter” ||(easy) ||
||Headers (p. 1) ||Headers format “page / Chapter”, not on first chapter page ||(easy) ||
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||Headers (p. 2,3) ||Format of left page: "page / Title", right page: "page | Chapter" ||(easy) ||
||Headers (p. 1) ||Headers format "page / Chapter", not on first chapter page ||(easy) already works this way ||
09 May 2012 at 10:37 AM by John Rankin - refine requirements
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||Chapter* (p.1) ||Uppercase subtitle and italics in smalle font, same size as title in Cover ||(easy) ||
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||Chapter* (p.1) ||Uppercase subtitle and italics in smaller font, same size as title in Cover ||(easy) ||
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||Page Numbering (p.1) ||Roman numbers at the bottom of first chapter page with small distance to text, in front matter ||(easy) ||
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||Page Numbering (p.1) ||Roman numbers at the bottom of first chapter page with small distance to text, in front matter ||(easy) should already work ||
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||Title page (p. I) ||Additional space and at the bottom the editorial in smaller font. ||(easy) ||
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||Title page (p. I) ||Additional space and at the bottom the editorial in smaller font. ||(easy) use Harvard style as a model for \publishercity ||
09 May 2012 at 10:08 AM by John Rankin - note title case limitation
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||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in Title Case in the next line. ||(easy) ||
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||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in Title Case in the next line. ||(easy) Title Case is done by author ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) at the moment, the section style uses \Allsmallcaps so loses Title Case (IMHO Title Case is a mistake) ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) right now, the section style uses \Allsmallcaps so loses Title Case (IMHO Title Case is a mistake) ||
09 May 2012 at 09:49 AM by John Rankin - review requirements
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||-General ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options || already supported, but will have to test the margins after adjusting the text width ||
||-General ||uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font ||easy John: use AllCaps ||
||-General: ||Openright, Chapter numbers continuous across Parts ||(easy) ||
||Body text (p.1,3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) Juan: Redefine environment to meet requirements ||
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||-General ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but will have to test the margins after adjusting the text width ||
||-General ||uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font ||easy John: use \Allcaps ||
||-General: ||Openright, Chapter numbers continuous across Parts ||(easy) no change required ||
||Body text (p. 3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) Juan: Redefine environment to meet requirements, this is an indented block (see also chapter aphorism below) ||
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||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvar textbox style/approach ||
||Chapter (p.1,23) ||First paragraph does not indent || || ||
||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs ||(moderate) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter? Or do as a regular quote ||
||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Endnotes may be better at the end instead of within the page it is referenced. ||(moderate) ||
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||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvard textbox style/approach ||
||Chapter (p.1,23) ||First paragraph does not indent ||standard behaviour, no change needed ||
||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs (chapter aphorisms) ||(moderate?) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter? Or do as a regular quote ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(moderate?) use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic ||
||Footers ||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts. ||(easy) Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. ||
||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Footnotes may be better at the end of chapter instead of within the page it is referenced (endnotes) ||(easy?
) ||
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||Chapter (p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name || || ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||Especial format in Numbered chapters. Title size is the same as subtitle in titlepage ||(moderate) John: Custom Chapter
. a) Numbering is wrong (p. 23) b) can we do heading footnotes? ||
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||Chapter (p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name ||moderate ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||Especial format in Numbered chapters. Title size is the same as subtitle in titlepage ||(moderate) John: Custom Chapter. a) Numbering is wrong (p. 23) b) can we do heading footnotes? [No] ||
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||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(easy?) use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic ||
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||Contents page (p. v) ||Space between Parts ||(moderate) ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Contents just includes chapters ||(easy) ||
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||Contents page (p. v) ||Space between Parts ||(easy) should work correctly as-is ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Contents just includes chapters ||(easy) already works ||
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||Cover (p. 0) ||Uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font located at top, yet with certain distance from top margin. Using AllCaps ||(easy) ||
||Dedicatory (p. iii) ||Italic aligned to top ||(easy) ||
||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) ||
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||Cover (p. 0) ||Uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font located at top, yet with certain distance from top margin. Using \Allcaps ||(easy) ||
||Dedicatory (p. iii) ||Italic aligned to top ||(easy) already works ||
||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) see China style ||
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||Footers ||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts. ||(easy) Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. ||
||Footers || ||agreed we might propose chapter endnotes instead of footnotes ||
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||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in TitleCase in the next line. ||(easy) ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Next page to the title page aligned to bottom. Space between paragraphs to be defined ||(easy) ||
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||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in Title Case in the next line. ||(easy) ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Next page to the title page aligned to bottom. Space between paragraphs to be defined ||(easy?) may be an issue with placement of notice text ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using TitleCase and SmallCaps ||(easy) ||
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||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using Title Case and small caps ||(easy) at the moment, the section style uses \Allsmallcaps so loses Title Case (IMHO Title Case is a mistake) ||
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||Paragraph (p 32) ||D-heads indented, italic, run-in, with full stop ||(easy) see china style for an example ||
09 May 2012 at 04:40 AM by Hugh - Note about Harvard textboxes
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||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. ||
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||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. HUGH: replicate the Harvar textbox style/approach ||
08 May 2012 at 08:16 PM by Juan Rada-Vilela -
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||!Feature ||!Description ||!Comment ||
||general ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but will have to test the margins after adjusting the text width ||
||general ||openright, chapter numbers continue across parts, uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font
||easy; use Allcaps for title ||
||p iii ||colophon/logotype on the title page ||easy; use the frontmatter graphics tag ||
||p 1 ||Chapter Title / Chapter Subtitle / Chapter Author Name
||moderate; use variant on China for title / subtitle, new tag for author ||
||p 1 ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||easy? use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic ||
||p 1 ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||moderate; best to use verse tag instead of p ||
||p 3 ||centred headings, no numbering ||easy; copy China approach, BUT italic small caps limit font choice ||
||p 5 ||pullquote -- see page 5 ||easy? redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin ||
||p 23 ||footnote on chapter subtitle. [we can't do this can we? I think I will just tell them: no]
||agreed; we might propose chapter endnotes instead of footnotes ||
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||!Feature ||!Description ||!Comment ||
||-General
||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options || already supported, but will have to test the margins after adjusting the text width ||
||-General
||uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font ||easy John: use AllCaps ||
||-General: ||Openright, Chapter numbers continuous across Parts
||(easy) ||
||Body text (p.1,3) ||Quotations have special margins, smaller font, and additional spaces before and after ||(easy) Juan: Redefine environment to meet requirements
||
||Body text (p. 5) ||Special quotes extracted from paragraph to appear within the paragraph aligned right with top and bottomrules in smaller size ||(easy?) redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin ||
||Body text (p. 7) ||Text blocks aligned on top with Smallcaps bold titles in bigger font, occupy textwidth, framed, with gray background, and normal font in contents ||(moderate) John: Custom float style. ||
||Chapter (p.1,23) ||First paragraph does not indent
|| || ||
||Chapter (p.1) ||Create epigraphs ||(moderate) John: Redefine \aphorbox and plain page style. Insert \aphorbox as part of chapter? Or do as a regular quote ||
||Chapter (p.1,4,...) ||Endnotes may be better at the end instead of within the page it is referenced. ||(moderate) ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||footnote on chapter subtitle. ||hard [we can't do this can we? I think I will just tell them: no] ||
||Chapter (p.1,23) ||Define how to add Sample Contributor Name || || ||
||Chapter (p.23) ||Especial format in Numbered chapters. Title size is the same as subtitle in titlepage ||(moderate) John: Custom Chapter. a) Numbering is wrong (p. 23) b) can we do heading footnotes? ||
||Chapter* (p. 1) ||Format of title in introduction is the same as subtitle in cover page ||(easy) ||
||Chapter* (p.1) ||Uppercase subtitle and italics in smalle font, same size as title in Cover ||(easy) ||
||Chapter* (p. 1) ||Chapter Title / Chapter Subtitle / Chapter Author Name ||(moderate) use variant on China for title / subtitle, new tag for author ||
||Chapters ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||(easy?) use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Part titles centered and in bold ||(easy) ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Format of chapters number followed by text, and the page number aligned right ||(moderate) ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Space between Parts ||(moderate) ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Contents just includes chapters ||(easy) ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||Chapters include subtitle after colon ||(moderate) Head/subhead – use China trick Custom \chapter* ||
||Contents page (p. v) ||The whole content is vertically centered ||(easy) ||
||Cover (p. 0) ||Uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font located at top, yet with certain distance from top margin. Using AllCaps ||(easy) ||
||Dedicatory (p. iii) ||Italic aligned to top ||(easy) ||
||Figure (p. x) ||Centered, unnumbered, with caption aligned left (maybe justified) ||(easy) ||
||Figure (p. I) ||colophon/logotype on the title page ||(easy) use the frontmatter graphics tag ||
||Footers ||Always within same page, and numeration may continue across Parts. ||(easy) Continuation seems like a bug, check page 23. ||
||Footers || ||agreed we might propose chapter endnotes instead of footnotes ||
||Headers (p. 2,3) ||Format of left page: “page / Title”, right page: “page | Chapter” ||(easy) ||
||Headers (p. 1) ||Headers format “page / Chapter”, not on first chapter page ||(easy) ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||Items are indented, and when multi-lined they start in same position as initial. No additional space on right side ||(easy) ||
||Itemize (p.36) ||No space between items, yet space before and after, regular bullets ||(easy) ||
||Itemize (p.37) ||Indent after itemize ||(easy) John: bug, should be \noindent after list (p.37) ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Title in uppercase and small, followed by subtitle in TitleCase in the next line. ||(easy) ||
||Legal notice (p. ii) ||Next page to the title page aligned to bottom. Space between paragraphs to be defined ||(easy) ||
||Page Numbering (p.1) ||Roman numbers at the bottom of first chapter page with small distance to text, in front matter ||(easy) ||
||Paragraph (p.32) ||Indent, Italic ||(easy) ||
||Part (p.21) ||Special format of part, aligned at top, with title size the same as in Title in Titlepage ||(easy) John: Custom part layout ||
||Section (p. 30, 31) ||Sections are not numbered, centered using TitleCase and SmallCaps ||(easy) ||
||Section (p. 29) ||Titles hyphenate. They are not forcedly broken (\\) ||(easy) ||
||Section ||centred headings, no numbering ||(easy) copy China approach, BUT italic small caps limit font choice ||
||Subsection (p 30,31) ||Same as sections but Italic ||(easy) John: require font with italic sc support. Kepler's \textscsl{...} ||
||Subsubsection (p. 31) ||Same as subsection only aligned left ||(easy) John: No indent? (p.31) ||
||Title page (p. I) ||Title in bold huge font, subtitle in same font as the cover, small image, and full author name. All these equally spaced vertically. ||(easy) ||
||Title page (p. I) ||Additional space and at the bottom the editorial in smaller font. ||(easy) ||
||Xml ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||(moderate) best to use verse tag instead of p ||
08 May 2012 at 05:48 PM by John Rankin - add Hugh's remarks
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* ucsection Rotorua (major section headings are uppercase centered)
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* ucsection Rotorua (major section headings are small caps centered)
08 May 2012 at 05:47 PM by John Rankin - add Hugh's remarks
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||general ||would like 6x9"" & 5.5x8.5"" options ||already supported, but will have to test the margins after adjusting the text width ||
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||p iii ||colophon/logotype on the title page ||easy; use the frontmatter graphics tag ||
||p 1 ||Chapter Title / Chapter Subtitle / Chapter Author Name ||moderate; use variant on China for title / subtitle, new tag for author ||
||p 1 ||Chapter epigraph (probably should be handled just with div/group styling in the text? how to?) ||easy? use aphorism tag, but placement below author may be problematic ||
||p 1 ||<br /> to make Verse work ... BUT need to specify: <p class="no-indent"> ||moderate; best to use verse tag instead of p ||
||p 3 ||centred headings, no numbering ||easy; copy China approach, BUT italic small caps limit font choice ||
||p 5 ||pullquote -- see page 5 ||easy? redefine mnote tag to use picins package and place at the outer margin ||
||p 23 ||footnote on chapter subtitle. [we can't do this can we? I think I will just tell them: no] ||agreed; we might propose chapter endnotes instead of footnotes ||
07 May 2012 at 06:45 PM by John Rankin - set up fortress requirements
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||generat ||openright, chapter numbers continue across parts, uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font ||easy; use Allcaps for title ||
to:
||general ||openright, chapter numbers continue across parts, uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font ||easy; use Allcaps for title ||
07 May 2012 at 06:44 PM by John Rankin - set up fortress requirements
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The following table lists the features required in the layout of the book style, '/Fortress/', that ''have not'' (yet) been implemented.

||class=long cellpadding=3 border=1
||!Layout requirements (to do)!||
||!Feature ||!Description ||!Comment ||
||generat ||openright, chapter numbers continue across parts, uppercase title in (probably) bold and big font ||easy; use Allcaps for title ||



The following table lists the features required in the layout of the book style, '/Fortress/', that ''have'' been implemented.

||class=long cellpadding=3 border=1
||!Layout requirements (done)!||
||!Feature ||!Description ||!Comment ||
||dedication ||italic and normalsize ||done; redefine \bookdedicationstyle ||


Using the Attach:fortress.sty file depends on the following book metadata settings (explanations follow in brackets):

* fontset kepler (required for slanted small caps)
* pagesize TP (starting point for custom size)
* titlepage fancy (starting point for redefining halftitle and title pages)
* cover centre (alignment of cover text)
* coverstyle serif (font style for cover heading text)
* chapterstyle Alison (serif numbered and centered)
* ucsection Rotorua (major section headings are uppercase centered)
* headingstyle serif (font style for section heading text)
* space french (regular space after full stop)
* autonumber 0 (number chapters, redefine sections)
* bookmarks autonumbered (omit sections in toc and bookmarks)
* cfloatstyle shaded (style for custom floats)
* preface: off (print preface after the table of contents)
* colophon: off (omit colophon)
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